Presenting our Beautiful boy Bailey (Lewis of Crag of Lands Prince).
Bailey is a medium sized fox red Working type Cocker Spaniel with such a fantastic temperament. He has experience mating and is a confident boy. He has already sired at least four litters (two of 10 pups, one of 9 and one of 5) with another confirmed litter on the way.
Bailey comes from a fantastic pedigree line and boasts 31 FTCH awards in his 5 generation pedigree.
Father - Fox Red
Mother - Chocolate Brown
£175 for two ties (if you want two).
If your girl does not catch on, we will provide a free mating in her next season.
Bailey has his own Instagram page with pictures and videos of him showing his lovely temperament and gorgeous good looks.
Please contact me at any time for further information, I’m always happy to help.
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